How does blood work

Everything has veins send blood used, and without oxygen back to the heart and lungs. It turns out that those located in the legs have a higher risk of harboring clots.Recalls the neighboring the clot can grow and extend by a thick vein. Then the blood flow decreases. To compensate, other smaller veins dilate and send blood up.Article Resources by Acne no More Author of Mike Walden
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Piece unleashed addition to blocking the passage of blood, causing thrombosis, and the clot makes threats distance. After all, a piece can come off of it and go up the stream – is the plunger. He travels to the lung and one of clogs your veins, triggering pulmonary embolism, sometimes fatal condition.http://www.bubblews.com/news/1126970-acne-no-more-by-mike-walden-spots-on-the-face

Thrombosis Mathematics Composition of Blood + Blood + Flow Wall Candle This is Virchow’s triad, theory created by a German doctor in mid 19th and that remains current.It announces the three factors that give rise to thrombosis: a lesion in the vein (trauma) a defect in blood composition (people who are born with a failure clotting) and a change in the flow blood (an example is the prolonged rest.)

When two of them add up, is right in thrombosis. Plunger veins How doth the Endovascular Thrombosis Here When she commits a vein from the leg; the doctor may use the endovascular treatment which requires anesthesia.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proprionobacterium_acnes

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Here comes the tube the surgeon makes a puncture in the groin, neck or near the knee, and leads a catheter to the area blocked by the clot.  Goodbye, thrombus with the catheter injects a drug that slowly dissolves the clot. This step lasts 24 hours to five days if the thrombosis is chronic. The interval after receiving the drug through the catheter, the patient stays in hospital intensive care unit or semi-intensive to be monitored.

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